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These sprayers are the perfect size for travel and sharing. High quality misters deliver a "full bottle" style veil for ample coverage with just one spray.
A soft erogenous base of Hawaiian vanilla and Royal Hawaiian sandalwood invoke an amber effect in the dry down. Rare South African gia adds a honeyed note and the drama of her secret spice to complete the experience.
This vanilla soliflore has a timeless quality and elicits a phantom "mouthfeel" - the litmus test of a true gourmand.
A liquid mantra of unmatched frequency and purity from a higher dimension where fragrance is enchanted and the magical properties of the natural violet are fully expressed.
"The real deal." A royal bouquet of sustainable and vintage oud essences from around the world. A spray or dab alone is exquisite and transportative. No artificial oud whatsoever - all varieties are 100% natural and sustainable. The perfect oud for your fragrance layering experiments.
The companion fragrance to our beloved High Beauty Oil, BEAUTYWOOD is a woody gourmand perfume of universal appeal. Such beauty, tenacity and creaminess can only be found in the presence of authentic, natural sandalwood. Accept no substitute!
The ultimate bitter chocolate accord - a symphony of dark, smoked teas and bittersweet Dutch process cocoa comprise the base as espresso and exotic spices invite the lingering of the sharper tones. Bourbonesque charred woods, hints of warm amber and a touch of oud create a velvety, harmonic drydown that takes a full five hours to develop on the skin and lasts overnight.
Bursting conifers and a sacred the tea ceremony harmonize a fresh beginning to an ancient wood base. Your most primitive pleasure centers are activated with touchpoints of spice and incense.
A living work of liquid art, HoM's first cult classic was launched as BLACKBIRD in 2012. Named the TOP MEN’S FRAGRANCE by Men’s Journal Magazine and BEST OF THE WEST by Sunset Magazine, this worldly and penetrating perfume contains more than 300 exotic natural essences and a living spirit of it's own.
Hints of white ginger, ruh gulab (an attar style rose oil) Edward Rose and Rose Bourbania twinkle in the opening. Exceptionally rare, oud-like Green Heart Wood from Kenya is hardly detectable to most noses, yet imparts it’s magic for an amplifying and softening effect that is dreamy, ancient and spacious. Opoponax resinoid is sweet, and smells vintage, hinting at suede. Exotic spices are present during the entire drydown, providing interest without dominating.
Forbidden is rooted in layers of historically feared and even outlawed essences. Forbidden begins with an erogenous absinthe and damiana opening, then sweetly drops into an intoxicating heart accord of tuberose, wild mushroom and papyrus. A smooth finish of precious woods, snake leather and sweet baked earth complete this long-lasting unisex fragrance.
Rare, magnificent and auspicious, the albatross bird is the captain of the air. The natural marine accord celebrates that spirit, the fresh coolness of where the ocean meets the sky. Salty Salish Sea breezes meet the soft warm notes of cork, driftwood and cottonwood evoking images of seafaring vessels, creosote-soaked timber, and barnacle covered hulls. Set your sights on the horizon, feel the wind in your sails.
The holy grail of lavender perfumes. Triple gold medal award winning Hidcote Pink Lavender, organically grown and artisan distilled on the Olympic Peninsula is the crown jewel of this modern chypre formulation.
Among the rarest of essences - costus root oil possesses the aroma of fine wool. A tincture of raw Icelandic black fleece (humanely sheared from the lovely Penelope) in grape spirits alchemizes the costus with notes of white pepper, clover, cistus, copal and barley which tame the unusual earthiness of the costus and reveal it's underlying spice.
For fragrance connoisseurs, Coco Blanc is the “gourmand gold standard” – a fragrance savored and adored all around the world for it's universal beauty. You will fall in love with this 100% natural perfume’s yummy gourmand notes, soft noble woods, warm chai spices and exotic massoia.
A fragrance born of the Northwest. Dream-inducing lavender fields mingle with towering cedar trees swaying gently in the misted Pacific breeze. An underlying sense of exploration, imbued through a smooth vetiver base note, keeps this ancient NW spirit youthful and exotic. Madrona, whose bark itself look like it was forged of polished bronze, lends more than just a note to this fragrance — it lays the roots of its name.
Some of the elements of this fine perfume date back to the early 1900's, so it's highly appealing to fans of cellared fragrances. Prominent notes are aged Mysore sandalwood attars of kewra, kadam, mitti and vetiver which form a magical quintessence worthy of magic carpet rides, royalty and the most romantic of occasions.
Evocative of riding through a medieval forest - downwind of sweet grasses curing in the sunshine of nearby fields, DESTRIER is unisex fragrance for lovers of horses, leather notes and grassy, coumarinic drydowns.
An invitation to an enchanted tea party. Steeped in a long and noble history, the aroma of tea is a favorite of so many around the world. This tea and white floral fantasy fragrance was brewed to capture the spirit of the elusive Great White Trillium flower. Fresh in its unfolding; a blend of exotic tea absolutes (red, white, black, green, honeybush) mingle with tart rooibos and exotic natural floral notes of aglaia, mimosa, coffee flower and double blooming Roman chamomile. Somehow, as if by magic, the bouquet is an exact match the aroma of this mystical and potent flower.
Is it the buttery bouquet of plumeria, ylang ylang, jasmine and broom tossed upon breezy dune grasses? Or the firm foundation of tobacco, oakmoss and Hawaiian sandalwood? Perhaps it's the Tahitian vanilla, the tonka or the genuine ambergris wooing you towards exotic escapes and irresistible pleasure.......
Review from Luca Turin: "If HoM is anything to go by, niche perfumery is growing up fast, both in presentation and in content. Beautiful blue bottles with coppery labels; a distinctive look, half steampunk and half Islamic-abstract; consistently good, properly worked-out perfumes with apt but not hyperbolic names; and an overall cast of high quality and good humor.